The Karma Of Love

Author : Michael Roach
ISBN : 1937114066
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 63.76 MB
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This is a relationship book unlike any one you've ever seen. An American monk who spent 25 years in Tibetan monasteries shares ancient secrets on how to find a partner, keep them, and achieve lasting happiness together. The book consists of answers to 100 questions asked by audiences all over the world during decades of his teachings on the Karma of Love. What's the karma to get my husband to hug me? To get my wife interested in sex again? Can I use karma to stop my girlfriend from texting other guys? Is it possible for physical intimacy to be spiritual? How can we use our relationship to help the world? The answers to the 100 questions are drawn from the teachings of The Diamond Cutter, which is the oldest dated printed book in the world. Michael Roach, the first American in history to receive the coveted Tibetan title of Geshe, or Master of Buddhism, applies the world-changing ideas of his international bestselling personal success book—also called The Diamond Cutter—to every aspect of our relationship: trust, communication, addictions, fun, in-laws, sex, peace, self-esteem, and many others.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Karma Of Love

Author : Barbara Cartland
ISBN : 9781782137108
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 48.98 MB
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When the beautiful young Lady Orissa Fane is thrown out into the cold night by her hateful drunken stepmother, she flees to her brother Charles’s barracks for his help and encounters a stern Major Meredith who clearly disapproves of her wayward brother. At Charles’s suggestion she travels incognito to Delhi under the name of Mrs. Lane to ask for the support of her dear Uncle Henry, who is the Colonel in charge of his Regiment and on the ship she agrees to look after the grandchild of General Sir Arthur Critchley. Incredibly, the very same Major Meredith is on the same ship – and after a series of awkward misunderstandings an intense mutual dislike develops between them, so Orissa is glad to be free of him when they disembark at Delhi.She is thrilled to be back in India where she was brought up and relishes again everything that she has remembered and loved about the country.But to her dismay her Uncle Henry has left for a Fort on the North-West Frontier where he is battling against hostile tribes and their sinister backers, the Russians. So, enlisting the protection of a noble Sikh Sergeant-Major, she bravely sets off to join him. Little does she know what Fate holds in store for her along the way – terrible death-defying danger, another encounter with the hated Major Meredith and, if she lives long enough, love –
Category: Fiction

Siddhartha

Author : Hermann Hesse
ISBN : 9783961647781
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 58.51 MB
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Siddhartha is an allegorical novel by Hermann Hesse which deals with the spiritual journey of an Indian boy called Siddhartha during the time of the Buddha. The book, Hesse's ninth novel, was written in German, in a simple, yet powerful and lyrical, style. It was first published in 1922, after Hesse had spent some time in India in the 1910s. It was published in the U.S. in 1951 and became influential during the 1960s.
Category: Fiction

The Karma Of Jesus

Author : Mark Herringshaw
ISBN : 1441210458
Genre : Religion
File Size : 37.49 MB
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The Karma of Jesus follows the tradition of bold Christian communicators who dare to borrow pop=culture-friendly language to communicate sacred truth. It explains the relevance of Christ's life using the idea of karma, which maintains an exacting payback for one's actions. Using personal vignettes, as well as stories from history, popular culture, and the Bible, pastor Mark Herringshaw walks the reader through a progression of thought. Rather than didactic formulas, he presents questions and conjectures that sensitively reveal how Jesus has reaped the ultimate consequences of our actions.
Category: Religion

Morgen Kommt Ein Neuer Himmel

Author : Lori Nelson Spielman
ISBN : 9783104024790
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 57.28 MB
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Können Träume glücklich machen? Eine Mutter zeigt ihrer Tochter den Weg, ihre wahren Träume zu verwirklichen. Ein berührender Roman über die eine Liebe, die uns ein Leben lang nicht verlässt. Wer verscheucht die Monster aus unseren Albträumen? Wer tröstet uns bei Liebeskummer? Und wer kennt uns besser, als wir uns selber kennen? Als Brett 14 Jahre alt war, hatte sie noch große Pläne für ihr Leben, festgehalten auf einer Liste mit Lebenszielen. Heute, mit 34 Jahren, ist die Liste vergessen und Brett mit dem zufrieden, was sie hat: einen Freund, einen Job, eine schicke Wohnung. Doch als ihre Mutter Elizabeth stirbt, taucht die Liste wieder auf: Aus dem Mülleimer gefischt, hat ihre Mutter die Liste aufgehoben, und deren Erfüllung zur Bedingung gemacht, damit Brett ihr Erbe erhält – und zwar innerhalb von 12 Monaten. Aber Brett ist nicht mehr das Mädchen von damals. Ein Baby bekommen? Das hat sie schon lange ad acta gelegt. Ein Pferd kaufen? In ihrer Wohnung sind nicht mal Haustiere erlaubt. Eine gute Beziehung zu ihrem Vater aufbauen? Ha – der ist seit sieben Jahren tot. Sich verlieben? Die einzig wahre, große Liebe gibt es doch nur im Film. Um sie bei der Erfüllung ihrer Ziele zu unterstützen, hat ihre Mutter Brett mehrere Briefe hinterlassen. Wütend, enttäuscht und verletzt liest Brett den ersten Brief – und ist überwältigt von der liebevollen und fürsorglichen Nachricht ihrer Mutter, die gespürt hat, dass Brett in ihrem Leben nicht glücklich ist. Die Briefe ihrer Mutter rufen Brett dazu auf, ihre Träume nicht aufzugeben und ihr Leben in die Hand zu nehmen – denn nur sie selbst kann es ändern ... Kann Elizabeth ihrer Tochter dabei helfen, sich selbst wiederzufinden?
Category: Fiction

The Karma Of Untruthfulness

Author : Rudolf Steiner
ISBN : 1855841916
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 70.58 MB
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Although these lectures were given during 1916, they have much to teach us about the political spin, media distortions, propaganda and downright lies we encounter on a daily basis in public life. Rudolf Steiner's calm and methodological approach penetrates the smokescreen of accusations and counterclaims, of illusion and untruth, surrounding the Great War. Hiding behind this fog, and under the guise of outer events, he reveals the true spiritual struggle that is taking place. His words give a deeper understanding of the politics and world conflicts that confront us today through the filter of the media. In the midst of the turmoil of the First World War, Steiner speaks out courageously against the hatred and untruthfulness in the propaganda of the time. From his detailed research into the spiritual impulses of human evolution, he describes the dominant role secret brotherhoods played in the events culminating in the cataclysmic war, and warns that the retarding forces of nationalism must be overcome if Europe is to find its new destiny. He also emphasizes the urgent need for new social structures if further catastrophes are to be avoided.At a time when political events throughout the world are moving with breathless rapidity, the reader will find much in these lectures that will illuminate what lies behind the symptoms of our turbulent times. This new edition, reproduced in a larger format, is put in a modern context and introduced by Terry Boardman.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit